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weekday. and finally, i guess you have got to give them credit for consistency. the teachers and wisconsin are at it again. according to the daily collar teachers in the milwaukee suburb are suing the school board saying the new contract is too harsh. so what does this big bad contract say? well, districts can reduce compensation or even fire teachers if the educators fails to meet the expectations referenced in the contract, acts in a manner not in the best interest of the district's students, fails to abide by the terms of the employee handbook or fails to carry out the duties and responsibilities of the job description. let me get this straight. is somebody does not do the job they were hired for or does not do it according to the employer standards, you can be fired. i don't want to shock the teachers, but that is pretty much how the real world works. that's my "2 cents more," and that's it for tonight on "the willis report." thank you for joining us.
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don't forget to record the show if you cannot get his life. have a great night. we will see right back here tomorrow. ♪ lou: good evening, everybody. president obama opening new fronts today in his campaign for broad gun control, a campaign that gun owners and advocates consider an outright assault on the second amendment. we learned today, that president obama is considering taking action through the use of his power of executive order, and at least one governor may consider confiscating guns from citizens in his state. here is vice-president biden telling reporters that the obama administration is preparing for unilateral action on gun-control . >> going to act. executive order, executive action can be taken. we have not decided yet, but we are compilingwith the help of the attorney-general and all the
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rest of the cabinet members as well as legislative action we believe is required. lou: at the state level, new york governor andrew cuomo proposing what he calls the toughest assault weapon ban the nation. thdemocratic governor suggesting that the state government has the power to seize guns. infuriating gun owners and gun rights advocates when he suggested that confiscation could be an option. the assault on the constitution certainly not limited to the second amendment. congressional democrats are now urging the white house to act unilaterally on the debt ceiling as well. twenty-one democrats led by congressman peter welch said in a letter that they fully support any use of presidential authority, including interpreting the 14th amendment to support presidential action to prevent the government from going into default. that amendment contained a section stating that the validity of the public and the united states shall not be
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questioned. at best interpret those words to be authorization for the president to act on his own is to say the least eight tortured reasoning. and as a matter of law, the federal borrowing limit is set by congressional approval. the white house, not as adventurous as the democrats in congress to send that letter. the white house unwilling to take on more than one constitutional amendment and challenge at a time. white house spokesman jay carney today. >> the proposition on the 14th amendment has not changed. let's be clear. congress has the responsibility and the sole authority to raise the debt ceiling. congress must do its job. lou: the administration does appear willing to go around congress to enact at least some gun-control measures. we will be debating tonight the administration's efforts to broaden and control in this country, talking with former birdie campaign president richard a. bourne in
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constitutional law professor david. vice-president joe biden today met with victims and gun-control advocates and stress the administration's determination to take action on gun-control, even by its executive order. it is the first of a series of meetings that the president's second amendment point man. fox news chief political correspondent carl cameron with our report. >> vice-president opening his first task force meeting on gun violence with victim's aunt and safety groups and somberly recalled the shooting rampage that killed 27, including 20 children at a new town connecticut elementary school last month. >> touch the heart of the american people. seeing those young children riddled with bullets. >> the president promised a quick response, and biden said both legislative and executive actions are possible. insiders say he could present
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findings as soon as next week. mr. obama indicated support for a ban on military-style assault weapons. restrictions on high-capacity ammunition magazines, lou palfrey background checks and a national database to check weapons and increased mental health. >> a pretty wide consensus on three or 45 things in the gun safety area that could and should be done around the state. >> thursday by meet with the other side, sportsmen, hunting groups, and an official from the national rifle association which staunchly opposes restricting gun rights. the coalition has proclaimed january 19th and appreciation day. they want show of support at gun shows, stores, and shooting ranges. the leaders said, if the american people don't fight back now, obama will do with the second amendment what he has done to the first, got it without a moment's thought to our basic constitutional rights. after the meeting gun-control advocates fireback opponent.
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>> the whole debate of the second amendment is really just a distraction that the gun lobby is trying to create from a sensible discussion of real solutions, and so we should welcome the americans support. >> an examination of culture, specifically the entertainment and video game industry. >> rub elbows at a private white house screening of the tv show 1600 pen. on friday, the last day of the schedule task force meetings, the entertainment video industry is their turn, but it is not clear if the vice-president will be present. as for immediate action, leaders said the priority is reducing the debt and deficit and a gun debate will have to wait until spring, meaning he executive action might be used for such things as a national database to track weapons. lou: to the point, you think the executive order, can the president actually use executive orders to been a particular type
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of weapon, in this case these so-called assault weapon? >> he can try. the question is, would he frankly, it would go immediately to the court where there has been a strong support for the second amendment, though they made it clear that gun laws -- guns can be regulated. having said that, lots of action. at the beginning of your show, proposing the idea of limiting ammunition magazines to anything -- nothing overton bullets. in addition, chris christie in new jersey said he is open to the heady of discussing gun regulation, but only if it included looking at entertainment and violent videos and things of that nature. lou: thank you very much. a first guest tonight at odds over whether the obama administration possible use of executive action is part of the gun-control initiative would be appropriate, lawful, or an example of the executive branch overreaching. joining yes, research director
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of the independent institute and an adjunct professor of advanced constitutional law at denver university stern college of law. good to have you with us. richard a. bourne, criminal justice expert and fellow president of the brega campaign. good to have you with us. >> huckabee year. lou: let me ask, if i may begin with you, david. you just heard me ask carl cameron about this issue. is the idea of using executive order appropriate in the instance of banning a particular type of weapon? >> well, certainly it comes to the possibility. to be technical, what the president would be most likely to do would not be an outright ban but would be to say that certain guns he deems to be destructive devices under federal law, and so therefore there will be treated like the same with machine guns are. to continue to possess one, you have to pay $200 to the federal government per gun, get
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fingerprinted, and also photographed and also get authorization form. lou: you think it is feasible. >> at think there would be quite a court fight over it, but it is possible he could get away with it. presidents have gotten away with a lot of very aggressive interpretations of their powers and often those are upheld by the courts, even when the law might be stronger on the other side. lou: in this debate for a long time. to you think that what you heard david say, does that give you hope that the president might do this? >> at think it is a reach to far. and it is an interesting constitutional question, the president has not even come close to talking about impacting assault weapons. they're talking about very different things that fall within a law enforcement round. lots of things that the president could do using the justice department. establish a central office of prosecution for gun cases, an interstate strike force like we used to break up the mafia,
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investigate problem some gun shows where we know guns are looking into the illegal markets. there are numerous examples of where we could increase law enforcement capability, all of which could be done by executive order, and none of which comes even close. lou: this city thathas one of, if not the strongest gun laws, chicago, is right now the murder capital of the country. what is the relationship between gun laws and crime, the relationship between guns broadly in the society in the crime rate. >> we could argue over that for hours. there are studies that go in both directions. more dangerous to live in chicago then it is to be a
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soldier in afghanistan. the seventh circuit court of appeals decision handed down a few weeks ago said that illinois cannot be his allies state that refuses to recognize the second amendment right to bear arms. and it is okay to have a licensing process to make people go through a background check, safety training, but illinois cannot continue under the system where people are forbidden to carry guns in public for protection unless you are in some special category like a security guard or alderman. alderman can carry guns anywhere they want, but ordinary citizens cannot. >> politics is a dangerous business it. lou: particularly in cook county in the state of illinois. you remember an investigation for criminal charges. quite a different place when it comes to ethics and public service. but to the point, we are right
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now watching an administration sellout on the area that they're going to do something about control. is starting to sound like the republicans are saying, do what you will. we will talk about matters that we consider much more important, and were going to have this debate when we choose, not the way you play in your game of urgency and emergency decision as in the case of obamacare for the fiscal cliff fiasco. what do you think? is it time for change? >> to be blunt, the urgency is the number of people dying. do you realize, there are more americans killed by guns in this country every single year than there are more american soldiers killed in all of the years of afghanistan and iraq combined. we have a crisis on our hands, and every day we let go by without intervention more people died. so there is an urgency of the upmost importance, and i do think the obama administration
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and the congress needs to act. interestingly, if you listen to this debate, take up the partisan interest, you're beginning to see the emergence of my good, comprehensive discussion which is, gun owners who deplore the violence occurring with guns are beginning to say, can we strike a balance between our right to get a gun and in contol. the answer is unequivocally we can. lou: you get the last word. one of the things that disturbs me, there is room for a reason. in his room for a bounce in interest. there is a broad, this attitude that there will be doing, gun owners and those who wish to own guns a favor by not stripping their hands of those guns. >> president obama in his career as an illinois legislature signed various questionnaires, and is votes in the illinois legislature voted to support
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outlying over half the guns in the country already. so he's not the right person to lead us in finding a balance, but i agree that we can have -- it's not an either or. we can have strong gun rights laws so that law abiding citizens can have their full choice will a firearm stone for protection of their homeland to carry for lawful protection. banning guns is not put this in the interaction. it can be harmonious. lou: okay. and that, perhaps, would begin with an examination of why we are not permitting people who are mentally ill from owning guns. we thank you both. i hope you'll be here to continue the conversation. much more on the president's initiative to enact more restrictive gun control laws and the limited affects those laws have had in high-crime areas.
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we take that up next on the broadcast. senator reid is an idiot. at senator reid has a lot of company, especially when it comes to the government reponse to hurricane katrina and superstore sandy. we take that up in tonight's "chalk talk." provocative new documentary that shows how terrorists have successfully infiltrated the united states. the film's producer, an award winning journalist joins us here next. ♪
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♪ lou: newly released images show a former fbi agent who is kidnapped released six years ceo. these images released today led the man's family show robert levenson posing in an orange
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jumpsuit. his wife released the 2-year-old photographs saying, she did so because she believes the government is letting them off the yoke. repeatedly denied any knowledge whatsoever of his whereabouts. u.s. officials say the government is responsible for the images and video produced in the late 2011. the muslim brotherhood, and other radical islamist of shoes are hiding in plain sight right here in the united states. documented it all. the grand deception. >> the muslim brotherhood is an international movement. the goal of which is to create an islamic state niversally all over the world. in my mind and is the mother of
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all islamic orgazations, including al qaeda. [inaudible conversations] >> they believe that western civilization is corrupt, evil, decadent, and they want the dismantling. lou: joining us now is a documentary producer, award winning journalist, also a director of the investigative project on terrorism. this could to have you with us. thank you for being here. let's start with the title of this documentary, the grand deception. explain where that comes from, if you will. >> sure. the title actually came from a term that was invoked by a group of muslim brotherhood activists who secretly got together in philadelphia in 1993 in a
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meeting that was actually wiretapped by the fbi, and in that meeting -- and the wiretaps have been declassified -- they openly talk about deception as the primary campaign tactic that they would use to change the image of themuslim brotherhood and hamas in the united states by creating new front groups, changing the terminology, claiming they were against terrorism publicly but in fact raising funds 4011 privately. the word deception is the word that i used in the title because says exactly was going on throughout the country with these radical islamic groups. not all of the monetarists. theiradical in the same way that david duke was radical. being applied to the state department on vhs, having their indictments dropped. this is what's going on under the tutelage of the muslim
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brotherhood. a created all these groups when they started coming here in 1963. it was a deliberate effort to basically camouflage if your agenda, the agenda of creating an islamic state. we use informants said tape many of the brother had groups behind closed doors with the openly stated the u.s. would become a muslim state that is -- as long will prevail. lou: many americans would be surprised to hear that suggestion. to think that it could overcome any sort of an situate -- insinuation of anti american influences and hours and to the united states. you also document the book, if we may, we would like to share this. this man who in the early 90's gave the indication before
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congress tea is a powerful man in brooklyn right now >> correct. as you see in the take, if you still, even though he was an unindicted co-conspirator in -- co-conspirator in the 1993 trade center bombing committee gave the indication to congress, the first muslim pastor to do so, and to this very day he is still being invited and paid for by the u.s. government to appear at anti-terrorism congress -- conferences. lou: let's listen and to the grand deception. >> in the name of god, most gracious, most merciful, guard the leaders of this nation who have been given the responsibility. guide them and grant them righteousness and wisdom. >> this country, it's a garbage can. it's filthy.
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filthy and sick. lou: it is a powerful documentary. we are up against a hard out here. i want to say thank you for being here. we will keep this up on the website. you can buy the documentary on amazon. the grand deception. as always. good to talk with you. >> you bet. lou: better heads prevail at today board meeting. aig will not be joining the lawsuit against the government to save it from bankruptcy. wisdom sometimes does have rewards. afg stock rose hire. along with the rest of the market. adelle of 62 points. nasdaq up 14. volume traded on the big board. the officials say they have complete confidence despite mechanical issues with another 787, this time in japan. caught fire at boston's logan international.
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this survey in different at logan. stock up today after two days of losses. up next here ten weeks after super storms in the, the ongoing wait for federal aid makes hurricane katrina look a lot better than some people have been telling us, like the national liberal media. the subject of our "chalk talk" tonight. congressional democrats urging the president to advance his imperialists presidency. the president showing, well, constraint. her comin
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♪ >> we, as a state can have waited 72 days, seven times longer than the victims of hurricane katrina waited. one thing i hope everyone in america now clearly in the stands, new jersey, both republics and democrats will never stand silent when our
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citizens are being shortchanged. lou: the governor of new jersey, chris christie, the state of the state address. but going to talk about response relative to one another. sandy versus katrina. bush forces obama. something strange is going on. congress passed the first part of a sandy relief package last week. $90 million for federal flood insurance. the vote of 51 billion initially , scheduled for next week. congress is not the only branch of government taking its time when it comes to aid for the victims of super storm sandy. let's take a look back hurricane katrina. it made landfall on the 29th of august in 2005. three days later on september 1st, president bush, who was criticized and castigated and attacked by the
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national liberal media pack. it was incredible. send congress a request for an half million, ten and a half billion. guess what? congress approved that emergency disaster relief funding the next day. four days is how long tat took. you heard governor chistie talking about 72 days here. extraordinary. extraordinary. on the seventh of september in 2005 president bush asked for another 51 billion. congress approved that the next day. think of that. 51 billion. hurricane sandy hit on october 209th, october 209th
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. president obama did not even ask for san the aid until the seventh of december, 39 days, 39 days later. we're in the world was the press criticism, the national media? oh, that's right, there was an election under way, wasn't there. for some reason you don't hear complaints about the white house response to sandy. we are still looking into why that might be. strange, don't you think? the imperious president obama appears ready to take on the second amendment. the "a-team" is here. the president's home town has the toughest gun laws in the country, yet its murder capital of america, and his home state corruption appears not only common but perhaps an asset. details ahead.
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the left waging war on its political opponents. class warfare name calling. does the culture of fear and intimidation silence america? the author of the new book this is america.
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♪ lou: my next guest says the left has become the greatest purveyor of bullying and modern history. the obama administration using the bully pulpit to do just that , to bully, whether agenda on gun-control, fiscal cliff, debt ceiling, perhaps a obamacare. joining us now, editor at large for breitbart news, author of the new book bullies, how the left culture of fear and intimidation silences america. first, welcome. and secondly, congratulations on the book. >> thank you so much. lou: timely and terrific at the same time. >> well, thank you.
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lou: let's start with, if we may, because it ties in neatly, your most recent article talking about control and the way in which it is being driven. to me at least it seems fairly clear it is an orchestrated effort from the state and local level through thefederal government across our society to take on and control. perhaps once and for all in the minds of many on the left. >> absolutely. the left is using the sandy hook massacre as a way to bully everyone on the right who is pro second amendment, standing on the bodies of dead kids, and what they're saying is, if you disagree with the politically that means you don't care about those kids and they're out important to you because all you care about is the guns. think about this for a second. starting the nra, a private institution which receives no tax dollars, an interest group which does not make policy, has not had sway enlisted of connecticut, but that is the group that is now being brought on television. imagine for one second that the aclu were under fire because of,
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i don't know, violent movies or video games. with david gregory be on national television has been a head of the aclu to back off his position. of course not. they are using this as a way to go after an institutional organization on the right and destroy it. lou: and it is interesting. you talk about the bullying, relationship between george soros and these various groups, organizing around -- i don't think most people realize this -- an international organization and interest that is focused on gun-control, not come restriction, but removing guns altogether from society. >> yes. the idea that the left loves the second amendment is alive. they can't even name the justification for the second amendment. what has changed in this country is the fundamental basis of the second amendment is not hunting or self-defense. the fundamental basis of the second amendment is very clearly laid out by the founders, and it was resistance to tyranny. the left the spent the last several decades making it sound crazy if you think that the government could ever be tyrannical enough that the
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citizenry should have any way of protecting itself from that. my ancestors, the relatives of my grandparents were killed in europe because they did not have guns. lou: the fact is, as you document in your book, the relationship between media, media power, and these political issues and the ecological agenda of the left are so interdependent that it -- they are almost inseparable. >> the media, they're the real bullies, the open bullies, the people like richard trumka, a thug. political thuggery of president obama. the media are the people lynn credibility to this, the people who pretend they are objective, george stephanopoulos is of the world. lou: george stephanopoulos -- >> come on. it is such a joke. if suddenly it was suggested that call row for an objective reporter everyone would understand this is silly. lou: wait a minute.
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i want you to know that i consider karl rove to be an objective -- [laughter] lou: he does have occasional interest in the outcome of political contests. the idea of bullying. when has it not been so? because whether republican or democrat, left or right, whoever had the power it attempted to use that power to win their way. what makes this different? i think the demonization and attend to polarize various interest groups and various racial and ethnic groups from one another. nowadays, if you are a right winger, you are bin nature, reaches -- racist, sexist pieced, homophobe. the recent romney lost to is not because obama is a great president, not because they agreed with obama on policy. if you are objective coming into this election cycle what you saw is that the romney was a mean and nasty guy. that is what the media was putting up there. lou: come to the committee and i think you're right. no wonder. at think we should say, it turns
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out about a 50-50 split. half the people bought into the idea on either side. a terrific book. bullies, how the left culture of fear and intimidation silences america. best of luck with the book. extraordinary sight. rework. the compliments for you. up next, two consecutive governors going to prison, not bad enough. we can top that. a new report, the alleged criminals now being sworn into the illinois state legislature. they are stacking them up in illinois. coming up tomorrow, house oversight committee member congressman trade goudy from a psychotherapist rob ludwig. we will be talking about the revolution of graffiti, and you will see it at your favorite sports event. and fox news legal analyst peter johnson will be among our guests to talk about the fifth, 14th,
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♪ lou: well, we are learning much more about how this year's flu season is particularly dangerous the flu strain that is going around is called the age three into virus. , h3n2. this is not new, but has been associated with severe strains in the past and can make people feel secure for longer and cause more respiratory prolems, especially in the elderly. it is a dangerous strain of flu. well, now to a story not getting much traction in mainstream liberal media. we cannot figure out why. authorities in georgia are searching for suspects in the mysterious shooting death of a known gun enthusiast and weapons expert last week.
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calling all but unreported. 32-year-old keith ratliff was the manager for a popular companies showcasing high-powered guns and explosives. being investigated as a homicide . videos appeared on the channel, but occasionally appeared in them, talking about, and firing high-powered weaponry. well, illinois new legislature was sworn in today, and it includes three lawmakers to face criminal charges. the allegations against vary widely, bribery, bank fraud, and trying to bring a gun onto a plane. lawmakers to have one thing in common aside from the allegations. they are all democrats from the great city of chicago. the baseball writers of america today rejected all candid it's for the hall of fame, including three players went to performance-enhancing drugs. barry bonds, roger clemens, and
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sammy sosa. the first time since 1996 and eighth time overall that no one received the necessary 71 percent threshold of votes. former astros star guard during the most support but fell short with 68 percent of the vote. major-league baseball had a big year. attendan up 2%, revenue up seven and a half million dollars . ratings, however, were down slightly. up next, the new york times complaining the president's inner circle is dominated by men. the administration reacts in an extraordinary way. a new photo op is arranged almost immediately. we will show you the before and after. the "a-team" takes that up and much more. i am joined by the next. ♪
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♪ lou: the white house quick reaction team went into action right after the new york times published an article this week criticizing the president's call -- all-male and a circle. the times piece including an image of the president with his tin mill advisers. i am appalled. today, the white house treated an image of the president with five male and three female advisers. that is a 30% improvement just like that. good lord knows how much improvement we will see over the next week or two. joining us now, the "a-team", author and columnist, pulitzer prize-winning journalist, and the executive editor of the weekly standard. good to have you all year. it looks like we are facing a real battle on gun-control besides standing up and ready to do battle, if i can use the word
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in this context. are we going to see real action this time? , whether it be fiat by the president or action by congress? >> i think the threat of executive fiat is what may be driving a congressional compromise. also, having joe biden in there. he seems to be the one person whom everyone talks too, feels comfortable around. maybe he can do a deal. lou: i want to see if everyone can keep a straight face while you say that. >> may be some kind of a deal. i'm pretty sure there will be. now we see politicians trying to outdo each other, calling for a more drastic than or something, governor cuomo in new york, and assault weapon ban would be is the strongest ever. legislatures in i was saying he wants to confiscate weapons. if someone is going to propose an assault weapon ban or something, i wanted to explain how there piece of legislation would have prevented or at least drastically reduced the chances
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of that happening of what happened at newtown, that all or a movie theater in tucson, ariz. when the congresswoman would shot and columbine. and if it's something like another assault weapon ban, why in active? lou: the shooters were taking psychiatric drugs, three of whom were known to be mentally ill. yet that is not a point of, if you will, the initiative by this white house. >> we keep hearing about that, how they're going to address a number of things from mental illness to video games to all sorts of things. when we hear that and talk about legislation, what is going to happen potentially viet executive fiat we often talk about gun control which will the is where their focus is. i heard cuomo speaking. he put a "out there. no one needs ten bullets to kill a deer. i would agree, but the second
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amendment is not about hunting. it's about defending yourself, your property, in truth, or tyranny. we have to be clear about what people are seeking to protect. those other rights to protect themselves. lou: without question protect themselves from the prospect and potential reality of to ready itself. which was correctly acknowledged earlier in the broadcast. the left will not even discuss because that is indeed the basis of our constitutional liberty. we will come right back with "a-team" and continue on this and a host of other obama initiatives. you will find it fascinating.
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labor secretary announces she is leaving the administration, this administration is replacing folks who have not even resigned or put a date out they are leaving. this is a little untraditional, isn't it? >> it is, everything is untraditional about president obama's second term, he seems to be rather girding himself for a new agenda, he is girding himself for a bunch of fights with republicans, that seems to be what he wants, the white house let it be known they appointed jacob lew for treasury secretary. they are really bracing for a battle, hoping to crush republicans on the debt limit increase. lou: so, unlike any of these colleagues in the obama administration.
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i have to an ask for your reaction to this thing with "new york times," no women in photograph with 10 men advisors with the president, next one they are tweeting, a 30% improvement over their performance with three women added. >> i think that this was a photograph that spoke more than a thousand words, more than any word in black and white in the "new york times" it said, here ihe'shere'sthe guys, they immedy pressured them to run another photo. >> they spent an entire g.o.p. season, with a war on women, they throw a few women out the there. if we put a few women in photos that will get our message out. neil: messaging is a bit of a problem. lou: the republicans have forgotten about jobs, and the white house never took it up. and ideas that priorities are
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immigration, and gun control. this is if i may use the phrase, crudscrewed up. >> it is terribly screwed up. the president thinks that the economy is growing more in 2013, he does not have an economic agenda. you know. presidents about this time in 6 term they have a big issue or a road map for america's future or something. as you say he has left over issues. like immigration or a issue on the table like gun control, beyond that he just wants to beat up on republican. lou: a throug threw on the tabls out of afghanistan pronto. >> i think we're seeing a doubling down on the president's liberal talking points and promises, we're seeing a national security team

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